APlus, a singer and political activist, has said that Ghanaians would soon chase judges and politicians in the country and take the country back from them.
He made the remarks as he condemned what he called the unfair treatment of Delta Force members who are standing trial for assaulting a security coordinator in Kumasi.
APlus expressed anger that a Kumasi court had remanded them, despite some of them turning themselves in to police voluntarily.
He suggested that the men would have been granted bail if they were rich or well-connected in society, adding that the poor would rise one day and vent their frustration on judges and politicians in the country.
"One day we will run after all you judges and politicians and take our country back," he said.
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Meanwhile, the 13 Delta Force who were broken out of court last week by other members of the group have been fined a sum total of GHC 31,200 for escaping lawful custody.
The members, who appeared before the very court they had escaped last week, pleaded guilty to the charge of escaping from lawful custody, allowing the court to treat them somewhat leniently.
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